New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 eBook

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    THE LORD OF HOSTS (Poem) 501
      By Joseph B. Gilder

    A WAR OF DISHONOR 502
      By David Starr Jordan

    MIGHT OR RIGHT 503
      By John Grier Hibben

    JEANNE D’ARC—­1914 (Poem) 506
      By Alma Durant Nicholson

    THE KAISER AND BELGIUM (With controversial letters) 507
      By John W. Burgess

    AMERICA’S PERIL IN JUDGING GERMANY 515
      By William M. Sloane

    POSSIBLE PROFITS FROM WAR 526
      Interview with Franklin H. Giddings

    “TO AMERICANS LEAVING GERMANY” 533
      A German Circular

    GERMAN DECLARATIONS 534
      By Rudolf Eucken and Ernst Haeckel

    THE EUCKEN AND HAECKEL CHARGES 537
      By John Warbeke

    CONCERNING GERMAN CULTURE 541
      By Brander Matthews

    CULTURE VS.  KULTUR 543
      By Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.

    THE TRESPASS IN BELGIUM 545
      By John Grier Hibben

    APPORTIONING THE BLAME 548
      By Arthur v.  Briesen

    PARTING (Poem) 553
      By Louise von Wetter

    FRENCH HATE AND ENGLISH JEALOUSY 554
      By Kuno Francke

    IN DEFENSE OF AUSTRIA 559
      By Baron L. Hengelmuller

    RUSSIAN ATROCITIES 563
      By George Haven Putnam

    “THE UNITED STATES OF EUROPE” 565
      Interview with Nicholas Murray Butler

    A NEW WORLD MAP 571
      By Wilhelm Ostwald

    THE VERDICT OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE 573
      By Newell Dwight Hillis

    TIPPERARY (Poem) 581
      By John B. Kennedy

    AS AMERICA SEES THE WAR 582
      By Harold Begbie

    TO MELOS, POMEGRANATE ISLE (Poem) 587
      By Grace Harriet Macurdy

    WHAT AMERICA CAN DO 588
      By Lord Channing of Wellingborough

    TO A COUSIN GERMAN (Poem) 593
      By Adeline Adams

    WHAT THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS MAY BE 594
      By Irving Fisher

    EFFECTS OF WAR ON AMERICA 600
      By Roland G. Usher

    GERMANY OF THE FUTURE 605
      Interview with M. de Lapredelle

    GERMANY THE AGGRESSOR 609
      By Albert Sauveur

    MILITARISM AND CHRISTIANITY 610
      By Lyman Abbott

    VIGIL (Poem) 612
      By Hortense Flexner

    NIETZSCHE AND GERMAN CULTURE 613
      By Abraham Solomon

    BELGIUM’S BITTER NEED 614
      By Sir Gilbert Parker

NUMBER IV.

    THE WAR AT CLOSE QUARTERS

    SIR JOHN FRENCH’S OWN STORY 619
      Famous Dispatches of the
       British Commander in Chief to Lord Kitchener

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